Gift in Will Coordinator

Friday, 30 Jun 2023

The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) has been providing outstanding paediatric care for over 150 years – join us as we continue to fund the future of medical excellence for generations to come.

The RCH Foundation is going through an exciting period of growth as we move towards our ambitious 2030 Fundraising Strategy, and there are a number of new opportunities across the organisation, both now and in the near future. This is your opportunity to join a team of passionate and caring individuals and help chart the path forward for the future of paediatric healthcare.

The Role:

The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation Gift in Will (GIW) program aims to promote and solicit Gift in Wills to our donors and the wider community, and effectively steward already committed donors.

It’s an exciting time of growth in the GIW space at the Foundation. The program generates significant income for the RCH Foundation, and is a focus of the current strategic plan, with a growth agenda set. With a new team and strategy in place the Foundation is set to substantially grow the annual income over the coming years.

The Gift in Wills Coordinator is responsible for cultivating and soliciting Gift in Wills donors and prospects and providing highest levels of donor care. The role will assist in the implementation of the GIW strategy, manage own portfolio of donors and assist to coordinate key acquisition and stewardship activities.

The role is offered as 0.6FTE.

About you:

  • Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills with an ability to effectively negotiate.
  • Excellent phone manner, displaying a mature, ethical, professional manner that exhibits sensitivity, tact and
    discretion along with a commitment to a high standard of performance.
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships with a diverse range of people.
  • Demonstrated ability to exercise discretion in dealing with sensitive information and maintain confidentiality
    at all times
  • Demonstrated time management, organisational and planning skills, with the ability to be flexible, adapt to
    varying workloads and to effectively manage multiple tasks.
  • Ability to effectively prioritise and maintain excellent attention to detail at all times.

What we can offer you:

  • A creative and collaborative culture, focused on the advancement of child and adolescent health
  • An incredibly supportive and creative team environment, working alongside other highly talented professionals who strive for greatness every single day
  • A strong commitment to your professional development, personal development and mental health
  • A truly flexible hybrid working model
  • Salary packaging (which can add up to $15,900 in tax-free pay per year)
  • Paid parental leave
  • Floating public holiday leave policy
  • Professional development plans & ongoing training

More Information & How to Apply:

  • Download the position description here
  • Please submit a cover letter addressing the selection criteria outlined in the position description. Applications which do not address the selection criteria will not be considered
  • Please email your application to Kathryn Sell, Philanthropy Lead at [email protected] using the subject line: Gift in Will Coordinator Application. Please also direct any enquiries about this role to Kathryn.
  • Apply online by 5pm on Friday 30 June 2023

The RCH Foundation is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse background,  all members of the LGBTQIA+ community and people with disability. All applicants please be aware that it is a requirement of your employment that you be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, in compliance with any public health orders in place at the time of, and during, employment. Applicants will be required to provide their Australian Government COVID -19 vaccination Certificate, it is a requirement of the RCH Foundation to collect, record and hold vaccination information.